For six days last year, China Telecom appears to have deliberately diverted Australian internet traffic to China and logged as a routing error.
An Australian-based IT company was allegedly used by Chinese hackers as a back door to steal the commercial secrets of aviation companies.
Makers of smart home speakers may even need to install eavesdropping capabilities into a person’s home, says tech giant.
Security expert for major US telco reveals he discovered manipulated hardware from Super Micro Computer in its network in August.
If you can handle paying a subscription for your router, the Core is easy to use and can monitor every device in your home.
Imagine this: A bomb's about to go off in the CBD. Apple could help prevent it. Would privacy or security win out?
New report indicates that fax machines connected to both a phone line and the internet can fall prey to a hacker's malicious image files.
Here's how your personal Gmail messages could end up being read by software developers.
To comply with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, internet companies have been updating their data policies. Here’s how you can benefit.
Google has far more data about us than Facebook. Yet it has sidestepped controversy. You may wonder: Why is that?
Researchers have begun demonstrating that they can send commands that are undetectable to the human ear to Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa and Google's Assistant.
Social network apologises after discovering user passwords being logged in plain text on an internal system.
Would my life be easier if I could keep track of dinner on my iPhone? I don't know. But it probably would be more monitored.
When was the last time you logged into your home's router or modem to check whether it needed updating?
If you routinely comment on posts asking you what your first car was or where you grew up, you're putting your hand up to be targeted.
Facebook has published a support page to inform users if their personal data was shared.
Facebook appears to be taking its time notifying users if their data has been swept up in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Steve Wozniak says he would be willing to pay for the service that Facebook provides, rather than allow a free service to make money at his expense.
The 87 million users who might have had their data shared with Cambridge Analytica will get a detailed message on their news feeds.
Matthew Wilson has five job openings he can't fill at his small, Canberra-based company. And that's right now, never mind the rest of the year.